Bar Street, Bodrum
The night life of Bodrum is something very special. Even Turks will rank Bodrum after Istanbul as number 2.
Bodrum probably has more bars per area than other places in Turkey. You can find anything you look for in Bodrum nights: elegant restaurants, rock-jazz bars, discos, night clubs, clubbin.. clubbin.. clubbin...
Bar street is a long stretch of bars and night clubs which starts from the back of the castle and along the sea front where the small town beach is located. Here you can get free drinks offers like buy 1 and get 1 free, its a noisy part of town which carrys on untill the early hours of the morning so take it easy with the drinking, it could be a long night ahead hehehehehehe
This is a great bar for sitting, drinking and watching the world go by while being entertained by the humorous waiting staff (who also double as an impromptu dance troupe!). Beer is not the cheapest in Bodrum but the views over the water at twilight as you drink an Efes. It is very busy if the fanatical turkish football matches are on and the place fills with shoting turks cheering for their teams. Definately a little less intimidating in terms of the hassle but expect to be enticed and cajoled to come in!!
Dress Code: Casual clothes totally OK here. Save the dressing up for Halikarnas.
There are too many alternatives for a wonderful night in Bodrum. Music selections are ranging from Classical Turkish to Modern Pop. Both western(Gumbet) and eastern(downtown) sides are full of goood places.
Downtown is famous because of its Bar Street. Along the seaside you can enjoy energy and musical variety. Halicarnas is the biggest of the discos. You can find different programs and shows almost everynight in the summer. Gumbet has relatively a british atmosphere. Look at the roofs and see the people dancing...
Dress Code: According to its Mediterranean climate, light and seasonal dresses would be proper.
Deja Vu is a nice bar on Bar Street in Bodrum. It has indoor and outdoor seating and a very friendly service staff. They have many deals on drinks but their cocktails are very expensive. THis is not the best bar in Bodrum but has a lively young crowd and is often very busy.
Dress Code: NO explicit dress code at Deja Vu
bodrum is mallorca of the turkey and have a best night life in turkey.there is few place as a disco-bar to go in bodrum which is
DEJA VU BAR which is located in center of bodrum and kind of beach club with great view.professional dj are ready to woop the people up and funny and frienly stuff are ready to make your holiday lot better than it was.ITS REALY WORTH IT..
Halikarnas disco is the biggest open air night club in turkey with 5.000 people capacity,laser show and great russian dancer.
Dress Code: wear what ever you want..COME ON::: YOU ARE IN HOLIDAY NOT IN OFFICIAL MEETING
I just got back from Bodrum this sept, its amazing best holiday I ever had ,and will definately be going back in july next year. if you like music from R&B to dance music the place to be is Deja-vue which is on bar street, its wicked and you can dance all night, it even has lasers. wow. if you want to dance until dawn the halicarnas is for you every night there is something different on from djs to R&B also there is a aqua show every night its the best and i cant wait to go back.
Dress Code: Dress to impress and why not
daja vu dance bar is an amazing night club with a friendly staff and live atmosphere. some drinks are quite expensive but deals on drinks are amazing a fish bowl is a must try i would recommend this bar to anyone i spent most of my best times in turkey in this bar so please goooooo!!!!!
Dress Code: no dress code
This place is open all the year round. Always packed in summer & in the winter on Fridays & Saturdays after 11 p.m.. Meeting point for the locals on Fridays & Saturdays.It is always packed. In winter time generally on Wednesdays Live Music from the popular rock bands . Try Efes Pilsen beer popular Turkish brand & Sandoz Cocktail (very local , made from unseasoned tangerine) . Beer around 4 Euros.
Dress Code: No dress code
Deja Vu is halfway along bar street, and one of the noisiest.
Great music played all night, with really friendly staff, who make you feel very welcome and make sure you have an enjoyable time.
Not the cheapest bar, but service is good.
Dress Code: No dress code.
wear whatever you like =D
The nightlife in bodrum is second to none!! you can not beat it! the best bars and clubs a located on the beach front watch the price of some of them they go up as the night go on just question it! most good bars will give you a free shot on entry or when you buy your fist drink i dont think they contain much but they are free so dont complain! if you get offered a pub crawl with your reps go for it just watch where they take you cause it can be costly! drink costs vary from 3ytl which is around £1.20 to 6ylt being £2.40 average being 3.5 ylt! it is overall good deal! turks are very freindly and even more so with the females!
Dress Code: no dress code in most bars and clubs
Bodrum is known throughout the country for its vibrancy. Though the vitality and colorfulness of the city in the daytime is extraordinary, the exceptionally appealing nightlife is what Bodrum is famous for.From Ýskele Square to the end of Kumbahçe District, Cumhuriyet Street is lined with bars, pubs, discos are taverns - a new one for every step you take - that guarantee fun and good times. In the mysterious darkness of the Bodrum nights, the magical shimmer that surrounds Bodrum castle adds a certain charm to the atmosphere. The heartbeat of the city's nightlife is in the bars of Bodrum where every kind of music, from jazz to tavern hall music, can be heard.
The so called Bar Street is streched along the shore behind the Castle with Halikarnass Disco at the very end.
This street is just paked with different bars, restaurants and discos for every taste and occasion.
The street itself is not long but you'll need a couple of nights to explore it :)))
In case you get to know everyhting in Bodrum, you can visit neighboring Gumbet , which is only a few kms away and has its own vibrant nightlife.
He-he-he, usually one can meet the same crowd of party goers here and there :))))
A rock bar from our teenager times & a true classic for us. Open until October. Always packed in the high season. The best thing is to go a bit earlier around 9 - 10 p.m. sit on the bar & then after 11 pm watch the crowd & the barmens & enjoy the music. Age 18 - 35.
Dress Code: No
Had many a good night at the MAVI Bar, really good live music!
It is a bit expensive but well worth the money!
Dress Code: No dress code